A manufacturer of heavy industrial products wanted to solidify its value proposition and brand positioning after a series of company acquisitions. The newly integrated organization lacked a cohesive brand strategy and identity.
Projecting a unified brand required obtaining customer insights and internal alignment. This was obtained through competitive assessment, qualitative and quantitative research, and internal strategy sessions. Individual company brands were eventually rationalized under a branded house portfolio approach.
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